An Introduction to “Arunāmbara – Adi Moola Ganapathi uvaacha”

Harihi Aum Prostrations to Adi Moola Ganapathi, Ocean of Mercy and Kindness. Salutations offered to Sri Shuka Paramarshi, the venerable Great Guru of the Rishis. Obeisance paid to Bhagawan Shree Krishna, the Supreme Self, The Perfect Being.   "Arunāmbara - Adi Moola Ganapathi uvaacha" is an English translation of doctrines, teachings, instructions and discourses rendered by Adi Moola Ganapathi in the form... Continue Reading →

Poems from Rhyme and Rhythm

The poet Mahabharata was woven by Vyasa Valmiki filled the cup with Ramayana rasa! Beauty against beast their topics The tragic tale of two epics!   Rishis perceived Reality Ultimate Their literary creations fascinate The readers and writers alike To keep Consciousness awake!   Epics shed light on Light of Light Critics see That as... Continue Reading →

Foreword to Rhyme and Rhythm

Foreword to "Rhyme and Rhythm" by  Ihaparasowbhagyavathiseshanadarupini Brahama-rishi Smt. Umadevi Amma (reflecting the Inner Voice of Sadguru Sree Seshadri Swamigal)   There is rhythm in everyone’s birth.There is rhyme in one’s everyday life. So the forces of rhyme and rhythm are with us always! we can witness rhyme and rhythm in the Parabrahman’s blessings on... Continue Reading →

Sita above Suspicion: Conclusion

Sita’s abduction, the killing of Ravana, the redemption and recovery of Sita, the suspicions against Sita who was irreproachable, her rejection by Sri Rama – all provide by far the greatest lessons in enlightenment for man and clues to permanent and impermanent values in human life. The undercurrent of thought is the Leela of the... Continue Reading →

The philosophical significance

The purpose of writing great epic of Ramayana, according to the author Valmiki himself, as is obvious from the 4th Sarga of Balakanda, is mainly to convey the philosophy of the Vedas to the public at large and for the dissemination of the Vedic tattva among all:   “Vedopabrihmanaarthaaya thaavagraahayataha prabhuhu”   The essence of... Continue Reading →

Vagaries of public suspicion

As the day dawned, Lakshmana and Sumantra left their  camp on the banks of Gomathi river and proceeded towards Ayodhya. By afternoon their chariot reached the captivating city of Ayodhya. As they were approaching Sri Rama’s palace, Lakshmana was overcome by a new wave of sorrow. “What should I submit at the lotus feet of... Continue Reading →

Divine Will

Lakshmana sought to know from Sumantra what transpired in the past.   Sumantra proceeded to recount what Durvasa had told Dasharata:   “Lakshmana!” said he, “Once in the past, Durvasa, son of Atri Maharshi, chose to spend four months of austerities in a rainy season in Vashishta Maharshi’s ashram. At that time, your reputed father... Continue Reading →

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